3 Advantages of Trenchless Sewer Repair

There was a time when traditional sewer repair was the only available option for homeowners in need of extensive repairs. The process was costly and required quite a bit of digging, which occasionally ruined landscaping. Today, we have trenchless sewer repair – a far more cost-effective and efficient process. Here are three advantages of trenchless sewer repair.


Most homes and businesses have sewer lines running under their gorgeous landscaping. Digging up the sewer line is likely to ruin the yard and costs thousands of dollars to complete repairs. Trenchless sewer repair, on the other hand, requires one or two small holes to reach the sewer line efficiently. These holes are located at the entrance and exit of the pipes, reducing the overall damage to the plumbing system and yard.

Furthermore, trenchless repairs are more straightforward to clean up once the job is done. The process is fast and simple.

Fast Process

Because there is no extensive trench digging, trenchless sewer repair can be completed more quickly. Depending on the number of required repairs, trenchless sewer repairs typically take less time to complete.

An experienced repair crew may be able to complete sewer repairs in just one or two days, while some jobs require more time to complete.


Finally, trenchless sewer repair is a cost-effective solution. Homeowners on a budget will be happy to know that while going trenchless may be more costly upfront, fewer repairs that typically stem from traditional sewer repair methods will likely be needed, including concrete and tile repair, home protection, and landscape repair.

Contact Us

To schedule trenchless sewer repair and take advantage of the numerous benefits, contact Palm Beach County’s General Plumbing by calling (561) 771-0086. We’re happy to provide you with exceptional service and cost-effective sewer repairs. Call us today for prompt service!

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